Two solid bronze statuettes and seven artworks commissioned for the inaugural staging of the Jericho Cup are now proudly on display at The Cally.
The exhibit showcases the $40,000 original collection of two solid bronze statuettes and paintings commissioned for last year's inaugural staging of the race meeting.
Jericho Cup meet founder and entrepreneur Bill Gibbins said he was looking forward to seeing the collection on display in a such a publicly accessible location later this week.
The Cally publican Lucas Reid said he was rapt the hotel was chosen to exhibit the significant collection and the pub's connection to the racing industry made it a fitting home.
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